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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: NEW Dropper Seatpost - $100!
« Last post by getsometrail on Today at 12:17:41 AM »
Is the dropper still available?
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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: Girls 12" bike with training wheels
« Last post by getsometrail on March 29, 2015, 08:56:25 PM »
I will gladly claim it.  Just tell me when and where.
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Buy, Sell, Trade / Girls 12" bike with training wheels
« Last post by djkouza on March 29, 2015, 08:15:29 PM »


Free to anyone who claims it before I see if freewheelin would want it.  In Carmel
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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: 21 inch 2012 trek superfly 100 al pro $1900
« Last post by rda on March 29, 2015, 08:14:38 PM »
price reduced
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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: large 2009 giant reign x1 all mountain bike $1200
« Last post by rda on March 29, 2015, 08:14:15 PM »
price reduced
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Buy, Sell, Trade / XL Salsa El Mariachi $800
« Last post by Mattntp on March 29, 2015, 04:15:28 PM »
Rockshox regon gold rebuilt last summer
X9 rear shifter
X7 rear derailleur
Newer SRAM crankset
Setup 1x10 w 32t raceface N/W chainring
Front derailleur, shifter and 2x chainrings included.
Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 less than 30 miles
New bottom bracket
Newer headset bearings
Newer chain
Hubs serviced
Wheels true
http://indianapolis.craigslist.org/bik/4954763183.html
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Ladies Only / 10th Annual Midwest Women's MTB Clinic - Brown County State Park
« Last post by tjuillerat on March 29, 2015, 01:33:45 PM »
Hello Ladies!


Registration for the 10th Annual Midwest Women's Mountain Bike Clinic is set to open at 9 a.m. (est) on Wednesday, April 1.  This is one of the largest and longest running women's mountain bike clinics in the country... and it's practically in your own back yard!


Join us at Brown County State Park in beautiful Nashville, Indiana the weekend of June 12-14, 2015. 


Cost is $300 and includes two full days of riding and instruction with our IMBA-ICP certified instructors, catered meals throughout the weekend, commemorative event t-shirt, on-site camping at our exclusive event campground, access to our Liv (Giant Bicycles) Campfire Clinics, sponsor raffles, Naked Lady Party gear and clothing exchange, and much more!


Don't delay if you want to be part of the fun.  This clinic sells out in just a matter of hours!  This year we are once again opening the doors to only 80 women.  We will be offering Intro, Beginner and Intermediate skill levels at the 2015 event.


We are excited to announce we have donated two spots to the Hoosier Mountain Bike Association.  The HMBA will be giving away these entries as part of their annual membership drive!


Check out this fun video from last year's clinic...





Then go to www.MidwestWomensClinic.com for all the details and a link to sign up.  We hope to see you in June at the 10th annual event!
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Great.  Thanks, guys!
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Wapehani / Re: Wapehani Trail Conditions
« Last post by Kevin M on March 29, 2015, 09:48:33 AM »
I spent some time this past week clearing duff from the trail and nicking drains. The tread was in pretty good shape for the most part. There are a couple of seasonal springs running on the south side. Their impact was exacerbated by ruts. I armored a small diagonal channel for one of them and enlarged a drainage dip for the other. I'm also enlarging/improving the switchberm with the cedar cribbing about halfway up that slope. Just be aware of the potential for soft spots over there.


Thanks to everyone who stayed off the trails during the worst of the freeze-thaw cycle. We're not out of it entirely, so please continue to be mindful of conditions.


Hoosier Energy is going to begin building a small shelter on the south side soon, just west of the spillway crossing. I don't have an exact date but I'll keep you informed. Hopefully they will keep their impact to a minimum and it won't disrupt the trail system too much, but they will be running a Bobcat back and forth from their gate to stage materials.
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Wapehani / Re: NO UNAUTHORIZED FEATURES
« Last post by Kevin M on March 29, 2015, 09:41:07 AM »
Yes. Although it wasn't plywood. There is a cache of red oak slab lumber that I milled from a downed tree near the rock garden. These are large, heavy planks, and the limestone blocks that were used are likewise difficult to move. It took a couple of people to set it up.


In any case, please keep an eye out for this kind of stuff and post up if you see something being built that doesn't look official. (And those lumber caches are for boardwalks, not technical features.)
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